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Chef-owner Dennis Newman shares his passion for wild game and one-pot cooking at the restaurant.
It’s nothing fancy, but the place’s Greek food is great for takeout when you don’t want to cook.
The cozy place offers quick bites, include hoagies, tacos and paninis, in a relaxing atmosphere.
You could buy yourself some peanuts and Cracker Jacks, but there’s a whole lot more on the menu.
Step away from the franchised name brands and enjoy a taste of Turkey at Navid Food.
The tasty 1½-pounder at Stanwood’s Mammoth Burger Co. is equivalent to six quarter-pound burgers.
It’s where you’ll find halo-halo, the Philippines’ most popular dessert.
It’s a jumping place with a party atmosphere — and the seafood’s pretty good, too.
Ravenna’s Kona Kitchen expands north, bringing its big-portion Hawaiian dishes with it.
Strike up the steel band and get ready for a restaurant that evokes the sunny Caribbean islands.
You don’t go to this eatery for the ambiance, but the tacos and tamales are well worth seeking out.
Oyster lovers — who do not include our reporter — will appreciate the six types on offer.
If you’re looking for a cuppa, here’s where you can find some of the best java we drank.
The new restaurant in downtown Everett near the Angel of the Winds Arena is a haven for wing nuts.
The much-hyped product impressed two carnivores in a taste test. Find it at five county restaurants.
The coffee house decorated with news memorabilia also sells sandwiches, gelato, wine and beer.
This bustling diner has been filling hungry bellies since 1953 — and it’s still going strong.
Here is a list of our favorite places to dine out in Snohomish County this year.
Denis Zimmermann, who grew up in Japan, switched careers to open his own restaurant in Langley.
The Diamond Knot Brewery & Alehouse on front street serves up delicious — and giant — Knot tots.